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Draper Tools 05046 190mm Expert Ergo Plus Fully Insulated High Leverage VDE Combination Pliers

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Special Steel hardened and tempered
Cutting edges separately induction hardened
Ergonomic shape of head and handles allow user to access difficult working areas and still keep a tight grip on the workpiece
Manufactured to DIN Standard and individually Certified to EN 60900:2004

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12th June 2018

Hi guys. Mike here for Expert Trades and just doing a little review on these Draper Expert Ergo Plus Pliers with a little 25 degree offset in the head. They do look a bit like they're melted, don't they?

Now, these are my standard pliers. I've been using these and, I tell you what, for £10 a pair, I got these for, you can get these on Amazon or eBay. Like I say, I paid a tenner for these. The most interesting thing is these are made by a company called Orbis Will. They're actually also owned by KNIPEX. If you look at an Orbis Will set of the exact same pair of pliers, they're £40 a set. These are a tenner just because they've got Draper on them.

They're fully insulated, the exact same pair of pliers. Due to that little offset and the pivot being offset, it increases the cutting power by 40% as well. I'll tell you what, these are very comfortable. Particularly when you're working in a confined space, you can actually get a far better viewing angle. All day strain on the wrists dramatically reduced by this little design.

I think for £10, they're really hard to beat for the money actually. That's the thing that shocked me the most on these. I definitely recommend these to anybody trade. At the end of the day, what's a tenner when you look at the price for a set of pliers? They are really good, really comfortable. It cuts it no problem.

Like I say, give them a go guys. See what you think. For the sake of £10 a pair, I'd buy a set. I did out of curiosity and I'm really liking them, guys. Thanks anyway.


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